Just on the NFL is gearing up to kickoff its common season, Adidas has introduced that it’ll be partnering with Twitter to livestream high school football video games on the platform. The “Friday Night Stripes” collection (Get it? Get it?) will come with 8 video games, that includes groups from California, Georgia, Florida, Nevada and Indiana.
The collection begins September 7 (an afternoon after the NFL season opener, by the way), operating during the usual high school football season, till November nine.
The deal joins a slew of present streaming sports activities offers for the platform, together with professional video games from the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL, along side collegiate meetings, like Pac-12. NFL video games, specifically, had been a large hit for the website online. This will, on the other hand, mark the primary time high school football video games had been streaming on the platform.
ESPN play-by-play announcer Courtney Lyle will name the video games, along side research from former Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and sideline protection through YouTube comic Cameron “Scooter” Magruder. Twitter may even be offering the usual sports activities timeline options to complement the on-field motion.
You can to find the total agenda right here.